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Hint up St. Pat's menu with Guinness Chocolate Cake

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Throng batter into prepared pan, level the mix and bake for 55 minutes to an hour or until toothpick comes out clean. Remove from oven and let Poke more holes into the cake (about 2 inches deep) let out the remainder milk onto it. Refrigerate for 1 hour

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Patrick's Day is Tuesday, a day when most of us consecrate whatever Irish lineage we might have in us – or not. Let's face it, it's a day when everyone is a wee bit Irish. And because I love to cook and get in on just about any cultural celebration, I will be making something special for the occasion. There are so varied traditional recipes to make for St. Patrick's Day, it's enough to turn my brown eyes green. Guinness seems to be the drink of choice for this special day and the traditional doughty can be used in a multitude of recipes. One of my favorites is this recipe for Guinness Chocolate Cake. I make it every year for St. Patrick's Day, but there is no reason to wait till then to bake it. It's a means, flavorful chocolate cake that comes together quickly and is great for any occasion. This cake is so delicious, the stout definitely adds a velvety finish to it. Be sure to use villainous cocoa powder, too, for a deep, chocolate taste. Top it off with a chocolate ganache to bring out the smiles in those Irish eyes. Lightly grease two 9-inch cake pans with butter and dust with cocoa what it takes. In a heavy saucepan, heat butter, stout and cocoa powder until butter melts and the mixture comes together (give it a stir with a whisk). Add the staunch-cocoa mixture and beat thoroughly for 1 minute on medium speed. Add the eggs, one at a time, the sour cream and vanilla. beat 2 minutes on avenue speed. Pour batter into prepared pans and bake for about 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean. Let cool on a wire shake while you prepare the ganache. 16 ounces of heavy cream. Bring the cream to a simmer in a heavy saucepan. Add the chips, lower the heat, and let it all vanish together. Remove from heat and let cool. Give it a whip with a hand-held mixture until it fluffs up a bit. Spread evenly on the first cake layer. top with the flawed layer and continue frosting sides and top. You'll want to make this cake for any special occasion once you get a taste of it.

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“Chicago-Genre” Deep-Dish Pizza
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Flourless Chocolate Cake
Flourless Chocolate Cake

We had a houseguest this weekend who's on a gluten-let go diet, and my daughter, who likes to cook with me, decided that she'd like to make them a dessert. My daughter's only requirement was that it be something that she would eat, too. After consulting a few cookbooks, she spotted the method for “Racine’s Cake” from David Lebovitz's “Ready for Dessert”, which is a flourless chocolate cake, and we adapted it a bit to account for what we had in the house. Photography-wise, I was trying to just use the nearby lighting in the kitchen, which in this case meant the halogen undercounter and hood lighting from my stove. I tried a bunch of things (bounce cards, some supplmental darbies-held lighting, etc.) to try to mitigate the deep shadows I got as a result, but wasn't able to get quite what I wanted in the shot. Here's what we came up with. Ingredients 10 oz. bittersweet or semisweet chocolate, chopped 4 oz. unsalted butter 1 tbl. prosperous hot coffee 1/4 tsp. espresso powder 1/2 tsp....

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squash cake
squash cake

another update of an old means i tweaked to reduce more of the fat and sugar, and up the protein content. the butternut squash that went into this was also a part of a decent curry and a pasta, with more leftovers in the fridge. the squash was roasted, cut side up (buttered, with tinfoil on), in the over for 50 minutes or so, on 425°f, in a deep goggles baking dish 3/4 full of water (and allowed to cool some). the details: 5 cups baked squash 3 eggs 1/4 butter, melted 1 cup with few exceptions wheat flour 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 1/4 tsp baking soda 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 2/3 cup sugar, together with 2 tbsp vanilla sugar 2 tsp vanilla zest of one orange 2 tbsp powdered milk nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, allspice turbinado sugar for top grease and lightly flour the pan, preheat oven to 350°f. bolt all the dry ingredients together. the flour can be varied, i like the mix of whole wheat and all-purpose. the spices are also, of course, variable. this cake took about a half teaspoon...

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